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Poster: Jim Messina Date: Oct 7, 2007 5:27pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: where do i get burning software for flac

Okay BluMtMan brings up a good point.

Before we can help you, you need to tell us your intention of what you plan to do with all your new music.

Are you making discs to play in the car?

Or are you just going to play them on your computer?

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Poster: mcgannahan Date: Oct 7, 2007 6:03pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: where do i get burning software for flac

until now, all i've done is burn mp3's of dead shows to disc, with windows media player. i've made a huge mistake, as i've compiled over 250 complete shows. problem is the lossy, generally hollow sound, and the 3 second pause between tracks. way to screw up a nice help/slip/frank. i should have done bit torrent from the beginning,but i was so eager to get new, unheard shows to my hungry ears. don't get me wrong, i can still dig these shows , but now i want more. all i'm tryin to do is burn flac files from e tree , to cdr for playback on my home stereo, and my car. the burning is the last step for me to get these shows so i can hear them. i can't stand listening to stuff on my computer anymore. i've got a decent hi fi stereo that begs to play some dead. dicks picks are great, but the well is so much deeper than what has been released thus far.

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